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  1. Re: Celebrating Columbus Day; What's it really about?

    As children, we are told fairytales of perfect heros acting perfectly heroically.

    Later, we find out these people were human, as are we, and embodied both in the temperament of the times in which...
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    Sticky: Re: The Rant Thread (v 1.2)

    Prolly bad teacher. How could a "soils" class be boring?
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    Re: Happy Indigenous Peoples Day

    So...

    ... Happy IdPDay?





    (Saturday Night is the cerebration of my mutt-like ancestry. It is already a widespread practice, culturally appropriated by entitled young hipsters)
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    Sticky: Re: Birthday Wishes!!!

    Thanks, peeploids!
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    Re: They are willing to destroy this country

    LOL I love a political clusterfook.

    Nothing more entertaining than watching to see if your contry will enforce it's own constitution or not.

    Talk about livin' in interestin' times!
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    Re: They are willing to destroy this country

    Maybe it's Arch Criminal Mastermind Bannon, still out to destroy American government and rebuild it in his own image.

    I think tRump MUST be impeached, or we decide that our constitution is just a...
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    Re: They are willing to destroy this country

    It will tell us, though, which politicians are interested in protecting a law-breaking president, and which are interested in protecting the Constitution of The United States of America.

    One of...
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    Re: They are willing to destroy this country

    There is nothing I would rather not do, rather than that. There isn't enough money that would get me to try to take a monumentally important job for which I am monumentally unprepared for.

    That's...
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    Re: They are willing to destroy this country

    tRump is a self centered jackass.

    Pence is creepy self righteous Jesus-wanna be.

    Neither is competent to be an American president.
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    Re: New and also lost

    Trust me.

    There is little more in life that sucks more than adulthood.

    It's the point at which you discover that in life, there is suffering.

    Welcome to PF.

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    Re: They are willing to destroy this country

    Oh! Thank you very much!
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    Re: They are willing to destroy this country

    I'm not surprised that you're surprised at my surprise at being surprised.

    "I am shocked ! Shocked to find gambling going on here!"
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    Re: They are willing to destroy this country

    Yet again, tRump caught red-handed, bla bla bla.

    Does it matter?

    Guess not. Nothing matters much anymore.
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    Sticky: Re: QDJ (Year of the Piggly Wiggly)

    Modesty. And being humble.

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    Rotten potatoes in the cupboard.
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    Re: Going crayish trapping tomorrow

    I got nothin.

    I'm going to try setting the traps out overnight, somewhere.
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    Going crayish trapping tomorrow

    Crayfish aren't commonly harvested in Michigan, unlike some of the southern states, so I figure that it oughtta be fairly easy to trap enough for dinner.

    I just finished making two traps, and...
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    Re: it was just a matter of time

    P.S. I wonder who's going to show up in those pictures the Epster had? Huge private stash...
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    Re: it was just a matter of time

    As a general rule, I don't advise suicide as a way to avoid taking responsibility for one's acts - it seems to me that if killing youself when you get caught doing something is the way to "escape,"...
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    Sticky: Re: QDJ (Year of the Piggly Wiggly)

    Currently, tha answer is "YES!"

    Luna is now The Planet of the Lost Tardigrades:

    Thousands of Tardigrades Stranded on the Moon After Lunar Lander Crash

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    Re: Prayers for my baby

    Best wishes for Sabrina (& you!).
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    Re: I Want To Move To Another Planet

    I'm pretty happy where I am, I've arranged the things around me pretty much to my liking. I'm not rich, but other stuff is currently OK.

    However, one should always find a comfortable planet to...
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    Re: Can one fail as human being?

    Yup - so we play the statistical odds game, which is about the best we can do. But even that doesn't make a whole cello full a' sense.

    If a person begins smoking at the age of about 20, the...
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    Re: Can one fail as human being?

    LOL - who (what specific biochemical profile), how often, deep lung or mouth only, when did the subject start, what other health factors are involved...

    ...but, most inportantly, define "bad." Bad...
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    Re: Can one fail as human being?

    Thanks for the health example. So, can we determine that X is good for Y's health? Yes, by examining individual Y, we can determine whether X will cause harm, be neutral, or be a benefit.

    However,...
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    Re: Can one fail as human being?

    Thank you for that. It is interesting - I went on a "realism" quick read internet trip.

    I don't think I can agree with the idea of objective morality (my own inclination leans toward sollipsistic...
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